"How a Banana is the Same as a Grandma: Relational Frame Theory for Curriculum Design"
TITLE: How a Banana is the Same as a Grandma: Relational Frame Theory for Curriculum Design
DATE: September 29, 2018
TIME: 9 am - 1 pm HST
LOCATION: Hawaii Behavioral Health Office, Located at 1330 Ala Moana Blvd, Suite 1. Honolulu, HI
Donny Newsome, PhD., BCBA-D
Kendra Newsome, PhD., BCBA-D
Timothy C. Fuller, PhD., BCBA
Tiffany, Aninao, M.S., BCBA
AFFILIATION: Fit Learning, Reno, Nevada
Relational Frame Theory is a behavioral, natural science approach to understanding the psychology of human language. The body of empirical work underlying RFT is as robust as it is dense. The language of ‘arbitrarily applicable derived relational responding’, ‘combinatorial entailment’ and ‘transformation of stimulus function’ can feel dauntingly unfamiliar, or even intractable, to many educators and behavioral practitioners. Practical application of RFT, however, need not be so unwieldy. This intermediate workshop will demonstrate the tremendous benefits attainable when RFT is brought to bear on the shaping of generalized verbal operant classes. Additionally, we will share how a common-language understanding of this theoretical framework can give behaviorists and educators access to new instructional-design strategies to improve students’ ability to fluently relate to the world around them.
1. Participants will be able to speak about RFT in a common-sense, common-language way. Specifically, participants will be able to name at least 3 relational operants.
2. Participants will be able to generate new ideas about how to apply RFT in teaching methods and instructional design. Specifically, they will be able to design programs to teach relational operants directly and write a script for concept instruction that includes prompts of mutual and combinatorial derived relations.
$75 for members and/or convention attendees
$110 for non-members or those not attending the convention (You do not have to attend our two-day convention to attend this stand-alone event)
$5 off each participant when registering for 5 or more participants (See details in "Registration Info" below)
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CONTINUING EDUCATION INFO: 4.5 CEs
REGISTRATION INFO: This even has SOLD OUT!
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